Neville Cox is an Associate Professor of Law at Trinity College Dublin and a practising barrister. He is the author of Blasphemy and the Law (2000). He is also published on a wide variety of topics in law journals and books. He lectures in the areas of tort law, comparative law and sport and the law. He has been a visting professor in the University of San Francisco and in Autumn of 2006 he will be a scholar-in-residence in Washington & Lee University in Virginia. In 2005 he was awarded a Provost's teaching award.
- Neville Cox, Blasphemy, Holocaust Denial and the Control of Profoundly Unacceptable Speech, American Journal of Comparative Law, LXII, (3), 2014, p 739 - 774.
- Neville Cox, The Clash of Unprovable Universalisms, Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 2, (2), 2013, p 307 - 329.
- Neville Cox,The ethical case for a Blasphemy Law in, editor(s)Fortner and Fackler, The handbook of Global Communication and Media Ethics, London, Wiley-Blackwell, 2011, pp 263 - 297.